Illustrated depiction of the production of Saran Wrap at the Dow Chemical Company in three stages. Stage 1 depicts the harvesting of raw materials, including petroleum and brine, and the manufacture of assorted intermediaries at the Dow facilities in Freeport, Texas. In Stage 2, the resulting monomers are processed in the 262 Building at the Dow plant in Midland, Michigan in order to create an extrusion powder. Finally, in Stage 3, the powder is extruded into saran film and packaged as Saran Wrap for consumer sale.
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Dow Chemical Company. “The Saran-Wrap Process (Dow Chemical Company),” 1965. Dow Chemical Company Historical Image Collection, Box 10, Folder Plants--Saran Wrap Process. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/dr26xz18v.
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